I'm in the same boat. Literally all day sickness. Some days are better than others. Some days I have to physically stay in bed. I'm 16 weeks, and am hoping it dies down soon.
I'm in bed all day long cause if I move then I'm super dizzy and want to puke. I feel like a zombie. I haven't been out of bed in a week & a half & I'm only 7 weeks :'(
Sorry that you're apart of the hyperemesis club...I'm in the same boat. I was sick like that my entire first pregnancy as well as my current. I literally cry everyday due to the sickness and no real food options...I'm at a 53lb weightloss now but luckily I'm scheduled for my 39wk c section in 7 days. H as ng in there doll, it'll be over soon but I completely understand that feeling like you'vehad the flu or food ppoisoning for nine months *****...especially if you're like me and medicine doesn't help at all.
Congrats on baby and best wishes!!
I was like that at first too. From like 7 weeks to 15 weeks I didn't think I was ever going to stop puking. I teach and I swear during that time period I spent more time puking then teaching. Have you talked to your doctor about zofran? My insurance only approved so many so I still had to suffer a lot but it made it so I could usually get a meal down and keep it down.
Oh my gosh. God bless your heart cause you've been dealing with this for so long. Good luck with your c-section! :( & not having to be sick anymore!! Ugh. I don't even know what to take while I'm pregnant for this :( Nothing helps me. But thank you so much! I'm glad I'm not alone.
I'm 20 weeks. And I know exactly how you feel.. I've been sick since about 7/8 weeks. I've tried everything the doctors say, plus extra. Nothing works. There are days I stay in bed all day bc I can't stop vomiting... and other days I can get up and do stuff as long as I am very careful. I also have to go in to my doctor weekly fit an IV just so I can get rehydrated. I know it's been hell for me, but best of luck for you hun!
Awhh. :( I'm sorry to hear that. I know exactly how you feel. Good luck with the rest of your pregnancy (: